**win** Fever Wedding Dress: Affordable Wedding Apparel

Thank you so much to each and every one of you lovely ladies who entered the >> win your wedding dress competition << with Fever London!  There were many great entries to chose from and it wasn’t easy to pick the winner! After much deliberation though, we finally did chose our winner (yay) and now theres only one thing left to do… and that is to announce… Drum rolls please…

And the winner is… KELLY WEBB! Kelly entered a lovely description for how she’d style her wedding day if she were to wear this gorgeous gown, I can just picture the setting now.. :)) XxX

WTW has gone absolutely competition crazy this week! With not one but two brilliant giveaways :)) The Opal Empire Gown in Gold by Fever London could be yours and all you have to do is pop a comment in the comments section! Read on…

**win** Fever Wedding Dress: Affordable Wedding Apparel

A truly glamorous dress that is feminine and effortlessly elegant in shimmering gold floral print fabric and floaty silk chiffon. This dress has an ethereal vintage feel and is perfect for brides or bridesmaids. The V neck, empire line and floaty sleeves have a 1940s look.

**win** Fever Wedding Dress: Affordable Wedding Apparel
**win** Fever Wedding Dress: Affordable Wedding Apparel

Fever London has a range of vintage inspired clothing including wedding dresses, bridesmaid dresses and pretty apparel for your honeymoon, the mother of the bride or a v. chic wedding guest!

So to be in with the chance of winning this vintage inspired wedding gown simply leave your comment describing the style or theme of wedding you think this gown would suit… go on… get creative!

Rather excitingly, I was recently interviewed by the lovely Fever ladies too [you can check out that interview here] and  I revealed the type of wedding I’d love to have whilst wearing the pretty opal empire gown.

So good luck my dears and remember, let your ideas go wild :))

Competition Rules

you must comment in the post below

you can enter as many times as you’d like

one winner will be chosen by Fever London

this competition closes on the last day of June 2013

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  • Melissa Scuteri
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    I love this dress, it would be perfect for my destination wedding in March next year. Floaty, vintage inspired and perfect for my shape. Just checked out your website and like the looks of some of your other dresses for Bridesmaids. Can I visit the showroom near Oxford Street with my girls to try dresses on or is that just head office?

    • Sonia
      Reply

      Thanks so much for your entry Melissa :)) good luck Sonia XxX

    • Fever
      Reply

      Hi Melissa, thank you for your entry. Of course you can visit our showroom, we are located on 52-53 Eastcastle St. If you are interested in a particular stlye to try please email shop@feverdesigns.co.uk and we can assist further. Fever :)

    • Sonia
      Reply

      Fever responded to your question lovely :))

  • Justyne M
    Reply

    I love the vintage inspiration of these Fever London dresses!

  • Bernie Dirrane
    Reply

    Oh I would love to win any of those dresses

    • Sonia
      Reply

      Yay! Thanks for your entry Bernie XxX

  • Marie S
    Reply

    Because your dresses are so beautiful !
    xoxo from Belgium :)

  • Marie S
    Reply

    A wedding on a sunny beach :)

    • Sonia
      Reply

      Thanks Marie :)) XxX

  • Helen Dickinson
    Reply

    I would love a fairytale wedding or a beautiful white wedding! This dress is amazing! xx

    • Sonia
      Reply

      Thanks Helen for your entry :) you should check out my Pinterest board for white weddings :) it’s super pretty!

  • Pamela
    Reply

    My fiancé and I are struggling to decide on which country to have our wedding (UK or Australia, who’s family will more likely fly!) but the one thing we do know is we want to have it a style that is ‘us’. Definitely vintage perhaps a touch kitch wouldn’t hurt!

    • Sonia
      Reply

      That must be a tough decision Pamela! Imagine this dress for a beach wedding though ;) XxX

  • Justyne M
    Reply

    This dress would look great against the backdrop of the historic home where my reception is taking place!

    • Sonia
      Reply

      There’s something quite pride and prejudice about it don’t you think? :)) XxX

  • Lauren Sutherby
    Reply

    I think this gown would suit an ‘English Romance’ themed wedding, set outside during the late Spring in a beautiful garden full of blooming flowers. A cute arch in the background, beautiful flower arrangements and lovely china. Timeless, sophisticated and of course romantic! x

    • Sonia
      Reply

      Ooo I love the sound of that wedding Lauren, great answer :)) XxX

  • Blomst
    Reply

    My boyfriend (and soon-to-be father to our son) proposed to me recently. The wedding will take place by the sea on the Norwegian west coast; steep mountains, long fjords, wild weather, bright sun and clean air. I’m thinking of the breeze giving life to the dress, the dress giving life to the breeze, the Scandinavian calmness when it comes to colors. The sun will shine almost 24/7, except from some blue, orange and pink hours from 1-4am. Indian Summer. Warm nights. A dress comfortable enough for dancing all night but still so beautiful. Love it!

    • Sonia
      Reply

      Congratulations!! Your wedding sounds amazing! What a setting! Thank you and good luck with your entry. Love Sonia XxX

  • Jade Giebler
    Reply

    I love this dress! It is just the style im looking for for my day next May. I love all things vintage. Im getting married in a marquee on our farm and want the whole thing to be very laid back and intimate. I want a dress that has a feminine vintage look and this is just right!

    • Sonia
      Reply

      Thanks Jade! Your wedding sounds amaze! Good luck with your entry, love Sonia XxX

  • Elizabeth
    Reply

    Breathtaking! Can definitely imagine wearing this dress for our wedding in March. We will be traveling back home to get married at my parent’s backyard on the bayou in Louisiana. We are going for a simple celebration that captures the beauty of the nature around us, the class of their old, southern home, and our love for finding vintage treasure at brocantes around Europe, where we currently live. This dress is the perfect fit for our “vintage, garden party”!

    • Sonia
      Reply

      Thanks for your entry Elizabeth! Love Sonia XxX (wedding sounds amaze!)

  • SonjaLouise
    Reply

    OH man these are so beautiful… they would compliment my wedding so well…
    Im having a retro festival vibe at a farm and manor in Stratford these dresses would go so well with the fancy manor and then out doors for a good dance in the field…

    • Sonia
      Reply

      Hello Sonja with a J, thanks for your entry, your retro festival weddings tremendous :) XxX Sonia

  • Kelly Webb
    Reply

    This dress is just gorgeous! I think it would suit an English Country Teaparty/Garden theme perfectly in an old countryhouse with beautiful gardens, everyone would be sipping champagne on the lawn while eating strawberries and little teacakes, the ladies would be chatting away and laughing while the men and children play garden games on the lawn…how perfect (if we ever get the weather for it). x

    • Sonia
      Reply

      Thanks for your entry Kelly :) XxX

      • Kelly Webb
        Reply

        Thanks, fingers crossed, lovely dress for my big vintage themed wedding x

  • Beatrice Helen
    Reply

    Grecian Goddess seeks Mr Darcy for roses, romance, and a Happy Ever After.

    • Sonia
      Reply

      Grecian Goddess meets Mr Darcy. Brilliant :) XxX

  • Cara
    Reply

    This dress is stunning. My partner and I are hoping to get married next summer, and we’re trying to achieve a vintage Gatsby-infused theme. This dress would work so well as a simple, elegant and glamourous wedding dress. Perfect.

    • Sonia
      Reply

      Thanks for your entry Cara, fingers and toes crossed for you :) XxX

  • Mafalda C.
    Reply

    I am such a fan of Fever, it’s great to know they’re doing affordable vintage-style wedding (and evening) gowns.
    We’re just starting to plan our wedding and I want it to be a small but sweet ceremony where we can celebrate our love with family and friends without breaking the bank! We want it to be vintage themed, in a beautiful, small ballroom, with a dresscode for guests, vintage music and gorgeous details. This dress would be the perfect finish for our ceremony. Thank you for the chance!

    • Sonia
      Reply

      Thanks for your entry Mafalda :) I believe you can have a lovely wedding without blowing all your money XxX

  • Cassiann Procenko
    Reply

    This dress would be perfect for my small elopement ceremony this fall. I will be having a vintage style wedding with a slightly elegant yet simple theme. I see the flowers being a lovely combination of red and black, or perhaps a peacock feather theme. I see lots of mixed drinks and wine being served!

    • Sonia
      Reply

      Thanks Cassiann, I absolutely adore peacock feathers :) good luck XxX

  • Megan
    Reply

    A lovely Edwardian style all Pride and prejudice. Sweeping gardens with parasols and flowers in my hair.

    • Sonia
      Reply

      Sounds beautiful Megan :) XxX

  • Natalie whittaker
    Reply

    The wedding……
    An enchanted Indian summer wedding. Taking to the south coast of India, where the colours are enticing to all, from the embellished cloths to the scrumptious spiced food.
    A candle light temple ruin and a glorious ombred sunset to set, the opal empire gown partnered with an embellished flat sandle, head pendant jewellery. It’s gold jacquard fabric compliments it’s surroundings to a tee. Utter beauty! Xx

    • Sonia
      Reply

      Wow Natalie, you’ve really got my imagination picturing this! Good luck, love Sonia XxX

  • Maria
    Reply

    Being timeless romantics, we want to celebrate our biggest treasure, love, in a vintage theme worthy of our favourite novels. Because dreams do come true, after all!

    • Sonia
      Reply

      Thanks Maria, good lick lovely! XxX

      • Sonia
        Reply

        Hah I just noticed I said good lick… hehe :) XxX

  • James
    Reply

    My fiancee dreams of a 1940s glamour wedding (in the style of Dita von Teese) but she has been disappointed in dresses she’s found. This dress would mean the world make her the elegant, bombshell bride she aspires to become for our big day.

    • Sonia
      Reply

      Aww James! Thanks for your entry, so sweet to enter on behalf of your brideto be :)) XxX

  • Jonna
    Reply

    Hello and greetings from Finland,

    I saw this beautiful dress in Finnish womens magazine and I love it! I have gala in next spring and I thought I can dress this. I love vintage style and this dress is so vintage. I hope luck is on my side. :)

    • Sonia
      Reply

      Thanks Jonna, crossing my fingers and toes XxX

  • Michelle
    Reply

    All of these dresses are gorgeous!! I think the gown would be beautiful in a romantic outdoor garden party complimented with many soft pink peonies.

    • Sonia
      Reply

      Pink peonies are sooo dreamy. Good luck Michelle! XxX

  • Deanna
    Reply

    We are planning a rustic backyard wedding under a beautiful old tree in my fiances childhood backyard! Thsi dress would suit our dream wedding perfectly :)

    • Sonia
      Reply

      I absolutely adore outdoor weddings! Thanks Deanna XxX

  • Lenka
    Reply

    French wedding in Provence… Old furniture… Beautiful landside… And old big house with pool and vineyard… And a great wine… Atmospere like in A Good Year movie :)

    • Sonia
      Reply

      Sounds beautiful Lenka, thanks for your entry :) XxX

  • Eilis McKenna
    Reply

    This dress is fab!! I can picture it with my wild daisy and nautical inspired wedding in ireland next year. Surrounded by the sea and moutains. Bliss xxx

    • Sonia
      Reply

      Hi Eilis, I’m LOVING the sound of your wedding! Amazing :)) good luck XxX

  • Lucy
    Reply

    Wow, this dress is just beautiful. Really captures the effortless beauty and elegance of the 40s.
    It would really suit a laid back, informal, vintage inspired wedding. A spring time garden party, with lots of parisien inspired decor and flowers. Oooh that sounds like our wedding ;)

    • Sonia
      Reply

      Thanks so much for your entry Lucy :) I do love a french wedding!

  • Rachel
    Reply

    So perfect and soft for a beautiful summer wedding! :) xx

    • Sonia
      Reply

      Thanks for your entry Rachel :) XxX

  • Eve Maria
    Reply

    I think the dress would be beautiful for an outdoor wedding near a lake/garden with water feature. A bit Ophelia like, I think!

    • Sonia
      Reply

      Hi Eve, Oooo yes! I love that Ophelia image XxX

  • Alice
    Reply

    Oh that dress is SO pretty. Perfect for my handmade, barefoot in the park wedding!

    • Sonia
      Reply

      Good luck Alice :)) XxX

  • Monica
    Reply

    My wedding is going to be a small one, back in Spain where I come from in a lovely countryside church close to a river. I would love to dress in that gorgeous gown and tell the guest, I got it from this lovely shop where they sell all this beautiful dresses. I already own few dresses from Fever and I know the quality is fav. I love the dress and is just what I’m looking for as this will be my second wedding and I’m looking for something simple but elegant with a vintage edge.

  • Kelly Webb
    Reply

    Thank you so much you have made my day, my week even, I am so happy, it’s such a beautiful dress and has everything I wanted in a wedding dress too xx

    • Sonia
      Reply

      Yay Kelly! So happy you’re happy XxX

  • Marianne
    Reply

    Please can enter for this fabulous dress xxx

  • Marianne
    Reply

    My theme would be full of vintagey soft lace, full with lace swags and pew ends. Then small jam jars with ribbon and tea lights.

    All soft pale pastel colours but the bride with a vibrant red or pink lipstick. Xx

    • Sonia
      Reply

      Marianne, such a brilliant entry but I’m afraid this comp closed on Sunday and the winner has been drawm :( XxX Sorry lovely! Sonia

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